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Where’s The Mercy: Finding Peace in the Midst of Trials

i’m standing with bare feet on a dirt road leading into a torn and abandoned village. there are thatched- roof houses still throwing flames up towards the sky, and smoke rising from fires that have been choked out. slowly inching forward, my feet are burning from the heat of the ground, yet my body is shivering from the cloudy sky above. There are empty bullet cartridges scattered everywhere, and arrows clinging to the buildings, smoke rising from their entry points.

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RIP Robin Williams: My experience with and prayer for all those who suffer depression

in honor of one of the funniest comedians, i opted to share a different message today. i’ve picked a clip from one of the movies i love so much, “what dreams may come” with robin williams. please take a look and allow some of the messages to sink in from both this clip and my message.

as many of my readers may know by now, robin williams has passed away. i actually found out through a text message from a friend of mine, who said that he took his own life. i couldn’t believe it. i was stunned. i immediately sought out the internet, because that’s a reliable source, to figure out what happened. my heart ached. my heart still aches for the loss of someone who brought so much laughter into my own life, and i know many others.

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The Power of Vulnerability: Brene Brown


i really like brene brown. i think she speaks beautifully and honestly. that’s what i love about her messages. last week, i met with a spiritual counselor who specializes in deliverance. as i work on breaking down some of the things that were brought to my attention and i was delivered from, i’m realizing there’s no way i can write a post about it in a week. so, i’ve decided to warm my readers up by introducing a topic that is near and dear to my heart, vulnerability.

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Final Lie: Real Men Don’t Get Raped

i couldn’t help but overhear a troubling conversation between a grandmother and her granddaughter. apparently they were looking for baby stuff for a boy, presumably the girls little brother. she must have picked out a pair of shoes with flowers on them, and with excitement exclaimed, “look! how about these! these are pretty!” now granted, perhaps she was just thinking of herself, but don’t we all when we are younger? we have no real capacity to understand the needs and wants of others, especially those who aren’t born yet. who knows, perhaps this little boy would grow up to be a florist?

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